Polaris makes some amazing products, and are truly working to push boundaries, but the role was not what I had expected.
There is little to no work-life balance, it's non-collaborative and pretty cutthroat. In the year that I was there, I went through 2 marketing managers and 2 marketing directors, and at least 4 or 5 district managers left in that time as well.
The company was constantly scrambling to hit retail numbers at the expense of its employees.
It wasn't all bad. There was flexibility and autonomy with the role (to an extent) but when your VP has to provide his input for your t-shirt designs for an event, it's probably time to find a new company.
good benefits, good bonus structure, dle program is great, pay is good - but you work a lot of hours
disorganized, chaotic, not really a "team" environment, overworked and hr was not up front about the role